Men's Lacrosse



Replay: Irish Fall to Heels, End Up Third in ACC Bracket


Replay: Denver Roars Past Irish

The two squads had combined for seven NCAA Championship Weekend appearances since 2011.


Replay: No Arlotta Shocker--Yet Another One-Goal Game


Irish Men’s Lacrosse Building Anew


No Shortage of Storylines for Irish and Tar Heels

Rematch of ACC Regular-Season Co-Champs Comes in NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinal


Highlights | @NDlacrosse vs. Army (2018)

Highlights from Notre Dame's 17-5 victory over Army to finish off the 2018 regular season.


Irish Access Extra | @NDlacrosse vs. Virginia, ACC Final (2018)

Get a look inside Notre Dame's 17-7 win over Virginia as they clinch the ACC Championship Title.


Highlights | @NDlacrosse vs. Virginia, ACC Finals (2018)

Highlights from Notre Dame's 17-7 victory over Virginia to clinch the 2018 ACC Championship title.


Highlights | @NDlacrosse vs UNC (2018)


Highlights | @ndlacrosse vs. Ohio State (2018)

Highlights from the 9-8 win over the Buckeyes.


Notre Dame Lacrosse vs. Richmond

Notre Dame Lacrosse vs. Richmond


Notre Dame vs. Detroit Mercy (2-11-18)

Notre Dame vs. Detroit inside Loftus Sports Center on February 11, 2018.


Notre Dame vs. Marquette (NCAA First Round - May 14, 2017)

Notre Dame vs. Marquette in the NCAA Championship First Round at Arlotta Stadium on Sunday, May 14, 2017.


Notre Dame vs. North Carolina

Notre Dame vs. North Carolina on April 22, 2017 at Arlotta Stadium.


Notre Dame vs. Syracuse

No. 1 Notre Dame vs. No. 3 Syracuse on April 1, 2017 at Arlotta Stadium.

AS A SENIOR (2018)

  • Started all 15 games for the Irish.
  • Scored nine goals, including a season-best two in back-to-back games against Virginia (4/29/18) and Army (5/5/18).
  • Recorded 12 points off nine goals and three assists.
  • Fired 37 shots, 23 of which were on goal.
  • Picked up nine ground balls, including a season-high two against Army (5/5/18).
  • Also forced a turnover in the Army game.

AS A JUNIOR (2017)

  • Saw action in all 15 games for the Irish, earning one start
  • Tied his career high for points in a season with 19
  • Recorded a career-high nine goals on the season
  • Racked up double-digit assists (10) for the second consecutive season
  • Scored a career-high four goals in the NCAA Championship first round win over Marquette (5/14) at Arlotta Stadium to help lead the Irish to the 15-9 win.
  • Recorded two assists in three consecutive games against Marquette (4/11), North Carolina (4/22) and Duke in the ACC Championship semifinals (4/28).


  • Earned 13 starts in his second season with the Irish, finishing with seven goals, 12 assists, eight ground balls and four caused turnovers
  • His 12 assists were tied for second and his 19 points ranked fifth on the Irish for the 2016 campaign
  • Posted a career-high five points against Air Force (5/14) in the NCAA Tournament, with one goal and four assists
  • Recorded the first multi-goal performance of his career with two goals and an assist in the 11-6 win over Bellarmine (2/24)
  • Also notched three points at Ohio State (4/2) with a goal and two assists


  • Played in all 15 games in his first season with the Irish
  • Scored first goal of career in the second game of the season at Michigan
  • Recorded 15 ground balls on the year
  • Joined the Fighting Irish in January of 2015
  • Appeared at No. 24 in the Inside Lacrosse Power 100 Freshman ranking
  • Named an Under Armour All-American
  • Scored a goal in the Under Armour All-American Game
  • Compiled 74 goals and 40 assists during his high school career
  • Tallied 15 goals, 11 assists and 30 ground balls his senior season at Georgetown Prep
  • Helped lead Georgetown Prep to a 19-1 mark and the league title during his final campaign
  • Played in the Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Classic, earning All-Tournament honors
  • Two-time First Team All-Met selection ... First Team All-Interstate Athletic Conference on two occasions
  • Competed for FCA LC (Md.) and Blackwolf LC (Md.)
  • Played varsity football his junior year
  • Son of Steve and Carin Collins
  • Father played football at the University of Delaware
  • Has three siblings - older brother, Matt, was on the Fighting Irish lacrosse team from 2011-14
  • Enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a management consulting major.

Brendan Collins
Brendan  Collins


Bethesda, MD

High School:
Georgetown Prep

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 201


Monograms Won:

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